Surviving Saturn's Return by Sherene Schostak

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For the first time, psychological strategies for surviving the astrological fallout of turning the big 3-0!

Many young women approach their 30th birthdays with anxiety. They suddenly notice every tiny wrinkle, question the speed of their corporate ladder climb, or suffer from a biological clock that rivals Big Ben. Is it vanity, fear of aging, early midlife crisis, or insanity?

It's actually the result of what astrologers call the "Saturn Return," a phenomenon occurring every 28 years, when Saturn completes its cycle through an individual's birth chart. At this crucial juncture, women often experience a crisis of self, unexplained chaotic feelings, or the uncertainty of personal and professional crossroads.

In Surviving Saturn's Return, the first book to explore the subject, the authors combine their psychological and astrological expertise to demystify this cosmic source of strife and offer self-help strategies for surviving, even thriving, during this "quarterlife" crisis. In a fun, friendly, and reassuring tone, they explain how to deal with everything from the father complex to money to marriage to maturing confidently into adulthood.


About Sherene Schostak

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Sherene Schostak, M.A. is a psychotherapist and professional astrologer. Stefanie Iris Weiss, M.A. is a professor of writing and a professional astrologer.
Published December 22, 2003 by McGraw-Hill. 242 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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